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THE DAILY OATRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1888.
$200 A YEAR
CAN BE SAVED
IN THE LIVING EXPENSES
OF THE FAMILY
hythense oritur Miiivcs, The llumlston Fond
Prescivstive. It prcserv S Mtat, Klfb. Milk,
Crt-am. Kt'k.'. and nil kinds of Animal Food f-csh
and sweet fur wucks. even lu tli hottest weather.
This ciin I proved by the tenimonlals of hun
dreds who have tri-il It. You ran prove It for your
H.f f.ir Ml r. n . Yon will find that this 1 an arti
cle; which v. ill f av you a (jruat deal of money.
' Spoiled Mont.
"o Slain KjfK.
It will Keep them frenh aril sucet for manvdays
and fliifi not Impart the slU'htusl foreign taste 10
the ajtl'-lcstr a'eii. It ! so simple In operation
that a chi d isn fellow the directions, Is as harm
jess k m't hud roie,n nulv a fraction of a cent to a
round ol meui, fl'h, hntter or cheese or to a qnart
il rniik. Tilt i nn humbu?; it l endorsed lor
sui h men hs I'ruf. m'l W. Jnhusnn of Vale Col
leizu. mid )J 'nudists and grocer, rlample
pound fei;t pie paid bv mall or express (as we
prefer) n recetet of price. Name your express
office. 'iaiidine hrsrd for meat; ocean W avo for
rih and sen-fond; hnow Flake for milk, butler and
cheese; Anl Ferment, Autl-Kly and Anil-Mold. 50c
per Ih. en. b. 1. art f .r cream ; ltneen for ecus,
and Aim Vitiie fur (1 ild extract. Jl per lb. each.
Tilt HI' ulSTON F(l) IT.KSElU ISO CO.,
7i Kilby fct., Doston. Mass.
For sale bv TJfrdAwlm
From thoa sources unao thn-e-fourths of
the uiaeaaes of the human race. These
symptoms iwlieute tbeir exist nice : Ia of
Appetite, llowcla costive. Sick Head
ache, fullne.s after catiiiK, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Low
pirits, A feeling of having neglected
tome duty, llzxiue, iTutUririK at the
Heart, lots before t lie eyes, highly col
ored I rinc, CO.ST1IATIO., and de
limnd tlietise ofareinoOy thnt arts directly
on the Liver. AsaLivcr medicine TCTT'S
PILLS Imve no e.pial. Their action on tho
Kidneys and Skin la also iiroriiiit ; rwinovlni
all imparities through these tlireo " scav
engers of the aystem," producing appe-tlti-,
sound digestion, rogulitr stools, n clear
skinand a vigorous body. Tl'TT'N PII.L.N
chiho no niuiaua or frripiiipr nor Interfere
with dally work and nrc a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
nn feels mhi: a new man.
"I havo bud IyHneysln, with Constipa
tion, two years, find Imve tried ten different
kinds of pills, und TTTT'S are tho first
that litive done tno nny good. They liuvo
cleaned me out nicely. My Appetite Is
splendid, food digests 'readily, mid I now
liuve nuturul pasmiues. J feel like a new
man." W. 1. LUWARIW, Palmyra, O.
holilevervwherc.il.'ic. Ofhee,4i Murray R...K.Y
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Guat Hair on Wiiiskkus changed in
stantly to lUiLoKKY Hlack liy n single up.
plication of this 1)yk. Sold by OrugijltttH.
or sent by ex preen on receipt of $ 1.
Ofllce, 41 .Murray Street, Kew York
TUTT'S MAMALOF USEFSl RECEIPTS FREt.
Ton claim" loo
mnrh for Sakari-
TAX N Ell VISE,",
can one medicine bo
a apecinc for r.pl-
, If Put, DTuncnxIn,
Opium Kaiinir, HheumariHtn, Hpcrmator
rhie. or ocmiiial WriikDem, uud Ufty other
complulutnf" We cluim il a ialie, flm
plr, -rjiu tlif virus of all diceaM'" arises front
the !i!iaL lt . r:nc, Lesnlvt-nU Alterative anil
Lirativt pr;)i-rlic mctalltheconditiou her in
rvfi-rrullo. It's known tr nrl l vUle it
1. ffje '."Bua ui!ii;e iii patient imi ty ilia
I". ffje Hlj'J ui!ii', 'e 111!) patient mil ty ilia
lrjtr:ael ion of opiat.-, au'idrj'tlc cathartics, but
by t.'.e rei"T:i.;jnor BCiitityiouiOMoiuaciinnu
T-no'!S jt tn. w ljcrel v the brain Is relieved
of morbid' f ne ': vliicL aru created by tho
ta'x.-f aive ri fi rred to.
To ci.-rryinen, l.-iwyer. Uteriinr rncn, Mer-cbniit-,
H.u,''k. i, Lwii and all thoe w lioe sed
i iitary eii' l' 'n.'i t cirin iienous pru'tration,
irr iM.lar. t ! of the hioid, ftomin.li, bowels or
icidne vs orw hir"ipiirH a nine huur. appetiser or
ftitnulaiit, Savaiiitai 'm:vin Is invaliialde,
Thoij!iii.lii.p l.ilm it 1be inoft wom'.erful Invij;
ornr.t tl.ut eer se--airnd Ih'f tinkjnt' system,
fl.r. hold brail JruKi(li.l. (14;
m n, s. i. i:::. w rssrs'l,
UT. J06XPU, 140.
SI M l.0ll.pl-1e Hritel. frolihnit Oil l.' Vei
M-coud -n'l Kallrosd Mreetr,
Tlie l'i.fei,ier ! pot ol the ('hlcaioi, SI l.niils
Slid ,ew Orieni."-. lUliioln Ceiitral; Wabash, m.
l.o'iis and I'aeiSe; lion Mountain niul humiii rn,
Mobile and Ohio; I uir siol HI. Louis Idiuw nya
are all Jusl acus Ihe sitn't; while the ritcaiiihoat
l.amliMI i" 'ill' one . .uari' iltslaiit,
This Hotel Is liet,i ,y m. ain, has rieani
Laundry, llvdrin.Mc. Klevslor, Kho trie l ull i0i,
Auiouihllc i iru Aiarnis. Hull... absolutely piirn air.
pertie t seweisi'i and tompletu upiioliitinenis.
hsperb i'iri.is,'.hus; perfect suVfe; ami n un
I a. I. l'AIII(i;il,trl'l .. I H.n
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
1JKiTKB. a.'d year opens September lilh.
llulldlnu new. Sinn rior AntMilhtini ms I'lvll hie
(liieerlliLT. In -mlesl, t liiv lain, Knnll'll Courses,
inulaisot r. w. itur inv, in., w. r, nailinsy
. or of i ul. Til to. HYATT, I'rrVl. ,
Col.Theo. llvatt, l'rldent of the Toansvlvanla
Mllltury Anelemy. vi hs at the Kallidsy
Hotel In Calm, on Wednesday. Auiftlst UUntf,
from IH A. M to 1U M , and will be happv to
aes natrous of the Acadvmy and others on vlQclal
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Tublishcr and l'roprietor.
T-ill-Tale Lines and Sbapes.
Tbe irincii;il lines of the haml nrp
tfisily rcnu'inticroil: Tim life lini,
w hicli runs nrotiml tlie li.i.-o of tho
thumb; tho lino of tho lio:nl, which hn
r iis alonirVi'ler of tho lino of lift- (soino-titii'-s
joininit). nml orisiit tlie niiil
dc of tho jiiilnr, :tml tin; lino of tho
hi'iirt, which o.Ms from oin: siilo of tho
hiiinl to the other fit tho huso of tho
liiiL'ora. If tin; lino of life is of a rwhly
filor, lon ami unhrokon. extoiulin
nearly or (jtiito ilown to tho wrist lino,
it foretells o;oiil health ami lon life; if
it he broken in any point it ilenotos se
vere sickness; if short, early death; if
double, it shows remarkable strength
and vitality. The lines eneirelin:; the.
wriit nuiniier the years of life, ono lino
marking thirty years.
If a character like tho sun oectirs on
the line of life, it denotes loss of an eye
or blindness; and each cross or knot
means some misfortune or dillieiilty,
trreat or small aecordino; to the io of
the mark. Th-' littie lines a re the leaser
cares nnd troubles. Wavy lines in tho
ends of tlie tinkers or elsewhere, fore
tell death by drowning. A cp'jcent
shaped mark below the little linger and
below tlie line of tho heart denotes in
sanity. A well-di lined short line join
ing tin; life line indicates iiiarriajre. If
no such lino ai'iear-. the per.-on will
remain single, ti!iles tinTo be a short
lino or lines on the side of the hand be
low the little linger, as the-e alsn de
noio the number of times married. The
lines extending down between the third
or rin;; linger and the little linger to the
line of the heart, number the loves of a
lifetime. If but a single line is visible,
;ind that is deep and clear, the person
will love faithfully and warmly. A
lon and well-dcl'med line of tin? head
promises intellectual power, but it may
be too Ion-; as, if il extend-, ipiite to the
ecl'e of Ihe hand it indicates too much
calculation, craft, meanness. It should
end under tin? third linger or there
abouts. If it is forked or double toward
the end it denotes deception and double
dealing, thoiili in a hand otherwise
pood, it may mean only extreme reti
cence or shyness. When this line is
very short and faint it shows stupidity,
If this line of tho heart is Ion;.', extend
ing from thti cdo'oof the hand below the
little linger up between the first and
second lingers, it indicates an all'cction
nt disposition, ami. also, promises well
for the happiness of the pos.-ov-ior. If it
spends down short lines toward the head
line, il shows that, nfl'ecliou must be
founded upon rospeci: hut if lhee
small lilies ro upward, love is more a
passion. Wnen ti,o line of the heart
is broken, it denotes inconsistency.
Hut judgment must not be formed from
any one appearance or line of ihe hand,
as' there are many things to be consid
ered. We si ould look t'j tee left hand chief
ly for honors, riches, loves and misfor
luue. and in the riht for whatever
pertains t health and h ii! h of days.
Ail lines, if pale ami wide, tell the ab
sciio" of tiii ipiality attributed to tnat
line, or the exigence of the opposite
ipiaiiiy. For in-laliee, a paic.wide line
ol tin' heart indicates coldness or c.vi n
erinliy. When I ,i lines of the hft
hand are clearest and ruddiest ils jms
si s-or resembles his mother, both incu
tady and physically,
lu the practice of the art of palmistry
som" kiiowled."' of physiognomy is of
real a Ivaiila'e; indeed, the two sci
eni ' S o hand in hand, one supple-
iiietitin the oiler. Tins is whv the
shrewd Ionium O'der scans the face al
lien more closely I bun the hand of the
patron. A fe'.V -el lilies in '..o;ird to
the feature- and oliriivwliTi-t !- of the
human face nny well be added in this
And lirsl of nil the sou! dwi
eve; and the auil'tv to tiieh r
Ils in the
-tarn I its
laiio;uae i- inborn in 1 1 1 . -1 people with
out bavin; to study it; but a fev words
in reeurd lo it may not be aini.-s Very
ijuiet eyes 1 1 1 :i 1 iin;f"-s and embarrass
one with their preat repose -in:f self,
coinrmiiid. but aNo eee it complacency
and conceit, Kye tint rove hither and
thither while their p.i.s,....,r ipoi.- de
note a U .itlnl. (t"-";iiti m n-1. ) es
in whicli the white ha- a yellowish tine
find is streaked with roddi-h veins dit
teite strong pas-ions. Very blue eyes
bespeak a mind inclined to cinierVy;
(ray eves sinify intelligence; eno-ni-li,
fal-ehood and a likin for scandal;
black eyes, a passionate, lively temper
anient; and hrouv, a kind, happy dis
position. Of the nose A Human tune denotes
an eniet'iri.-in, bu-iuess like character;
a Ion;; noie is a si'n of eoml sense; a
perfectly straihl no.-n indicates a pure
and noble soul, unless the eyes contra
dict il; a in x ri ti'uiiw sinilies a spirit
i ini-eii i't, wit ami dasii; a lare Hose
generally indicates a ''ood mind and
heart; a very small post
but a lack of enery.
Tho Suedes ami Norwegians "swad
dle" their babe.; that U, pin tliein up
in a tight bandage, because It keeps
them from kick. n ; around and makes
them easier to handle. T; ,.y ill Wilis
take iheni to church, but. 'im lead 'of
taking mem tm., n. 1Us ()f wors,p
it.... I ..... 1 . , s . .1
iin iinr.e a
lu the chun
It, leaving ti
... .. ,1. - . i
in mo snow (illlslili;
' yard und hur tliom in
nui'i aperture for breath-
oig pin ioe. i ii" li Hues
. 'I'l I 1
U. .ill. . . It ,.-1.1 .. I I ..I., f .
r.i. ii ii. i, ,,ii. ini'ir llieluls
within tlie sacred buildin have their
lieiirds frozen lo their fur coats by tinj
lowing ol lliuii1 own breath.
A Vicious Bird.
The Jlenvcr Assays that Colonel
Wilson K. Sisiy, Fish Comiuissionor of
Colorado, while visiting tho stato fish
hatchery, nine miles down tho Platto,
observed a lmu bluo heron proyinis up
on you n j lidi in tho boxes. Colonel
Sisty had freipiently seen tho bird cn-r!i-ed
in this beforo, but it had Invari
abFy Ilown upon his approach. Yester
day tho heron, instead of taking alarm,
appeared to become greatly enraged at
the interruption, and, with outstretched
wings, rushed at Colonel Sisty. Tho
bird stood fully as high as Colonel Sisty,
who is slightly over livo feet two inches
and was of great, swiftness of move
ment as well its considerable strength.
Il used its bead and' neck with light
ningdike rapidity, striking steadily for
the Colonel's face. He was unablo to
more than protect his eyes for some lit
tle lime, so tierce was its attack and tho
blows rained upon his hands in protect
ing his face left them bleeding badly.
His face was also cut in places. After
the lirst surprise Colonel Sisty prepared
lo assume the olleiisive. Protecting his
face with his hat, be rushed in upon tho
huge heron, and, seizing it by the body,
threw it to the ground. Then kneeling
upon it, he clasped it by tho throat un
til life was extinct. Colonel Sisty,
though sull'ering considerably from loss
of blood, managed to carry tho bird to
his buggy, in which ho brought it to
town. The body of the bird was last
evening turned" over to a taxidermist,
who will prepare it for exhibition at tho
hatchery. ( 'olonel Sisty 's wounds were
dressed by Dr. Lemon, who pronounced
them painful but not dangerous. Col
onel .sisty is of the opinion that the bird
must have its ne.-t in tho vicinity of tho
hatchery, and that the attack was made,
in defen-e of its young, as ho never
knew a bird of this kind before to show
TiunsDAV EvKifiNa ,Auo. IOtii, 1883.
The weather, siDCo the rain Iibs been
warm and cleir with a stiff, cool breeze
blowing .steadily from the north.
Tlie market continues dull and without
matt-rUl change. Receipts are generally
rgbt and there ia no accumulation of
FLOl'R-S'.ea ly and quiet with light
HAY Receipts of choice are light. The
clcuemd is local and s peculates aro out ot
CORN Dull; stocks are light and there
is nu demand.
OATS liee.eipts are fair and the demand
is good at prices quoted.
MEAL Very dull; country meal ottered
t )-day at t'J.o.l found no buyers.
lilt AX Quiet and unchanged.
I'.Ul'TEU -There is a steady demand for
choice in good condition. Common is dull.
K;G3 More plenty and weakening.
Prices are lower.
I'HiCKKXS Unchanged. The demand
is f lir and market well supplied.
FRUIT Very little fruit arrives. The
demand is active.
PO TATOES None selling on consign
ment. The local trade is supplied by
S.'ilcs and Quotations.
NOT K. The prices nere tftvenarefor sales from
fir.it h uud f In round lots. An advance lr
chared for hrohen lota in fliltoxorriers.
S bbls fumllv
Mi bl.ls various trades.
A tycftii nfl
J ill 1,1.1b evtra fancy ,
lui hhl choice
fyio hbls patent -
1 cur prime..,
1 rnr choice. .
J curs fancy..
1 car mixed in hulk..
1 car white lu bulk.....
4 cars new crop In bulk
Hears new in hill, choice heavy.
1 car new, in bulk
W II HAT.
No. '.' Hed, t"T III!....
No. 'I .MeiPteratieun.
'.fin bbl. Oltv In lots 3 Vfti M
100 bbls City a Ml
if il sacks.
loo pounds choice Northern
?oo poniids choice Northern pked..
auo pout.de houthtrn Ills, fresh,...
Vsl doaeti BKftlS
:vm dozen freh Mi. VlY
!.aii! choice is 00
Sum. I m '.I,'. ..',' U On
J coops hens .. S 00
euipir youiiK I liirKi'im fflft'J B
8 coops choice yuiiim chickens , t'ill'i
.Mi boxes tomatoes
Ml boxes poRchcn
il 50(43 (XI
Apples per bbl choice...
New potatoes per biih "VTiflO
New potatoes, per bbl " 1 50
.. .4 0I&5 00
r-ini! iinwastieu 6ivi
uiivrui" ? tiititi(ittt tm
ti. 0. Hams.
8 ALT MEATS.
Ht. John f U
Ohio Itlvur . 1 l
1 bushel "
Peaches, halvesand quarters
Choice navy ....
Sheep Pelts, dry ..
Sheep Pelts, green,.
. i n m
. T Mt 9 (
KATES OK FHCIOIIT.
Wavlielow Vtemphi", 17' a
To The West.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but tbe direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Miss imi Pacific Hallway. Two
trains daily are run Irom the Grand Union
I) pot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
tit est make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansfis, Coloradi, Xew Mexico and Oil
if .rnbi nert with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kittitas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train fur California.
This line oilers to parties enruute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, us it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri hipI Nebraska, Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed tree,
(J. H. Kinnas, F. Chandler,
Ass'tGen'l Pass. Agent., (jeu'l Pass Aent.
Of tbe many remedies belort tlie public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of
Nerve Generative System, there is none
equal to Allen's lirain Food, which prompt
ly und permanently restores all lost vigor;
it never fails. $1 pkg., 0 for $ 5. At
Ski; a woman in another column near
Spear's Vim-yards, puking yrapes from
which Sp'-er's Port Grape wine is inadfi,
that is so highly c-oeeme.l by Hie medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the need. Sold by druggists.
Enterprising local agents wanted in this
town for an aiticle that is f-uro to sell, live
druggists and grocers preferred. Address
Humiston Food Preservative Co., 12 Kilby
James McDnni. I.", 7Q:i W. 22d s., Chic,
go, Ills., says: 'd have taken Iirown's Imn
Hitters, and find it the best blond purifier."
i rep of Charge.
All persons buffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, lifonchitis, Less of Voice, or an af
fection (d the Throat und Lungs, are re
quested to call ht Ilarclay lims' drug
stole and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Conmnuption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
Heeclier'K Had Head.
For two mouths in the year Henry Ward
Ilet-r.her can't preach. In August and Sep
tember he takes his vacation and endures
the onset of the hay lever. And it is, ho be
says, something terrible and trcmemdotis.
A man with bay fever isn't accountable for
his actions. Ho is merely a wild ocbbi
frantic with snuffing, Bfiee.ing and head
ache. His eyes arc rod and so is Ins nose.
Every nerve in bis bead is a iountain of
tears. He lives only to fly from seaside to
mountain top in search of rebel.
And yet, whether wo cull Ibis form of
Catarrh hay-fever, rose-fever, hay-cold or
rosn-oolrl, Kly's cream naim win euro u.
This remedy is simple, pleasant ami easy oi
atitiliratioi). Placed in the nostrilH it pene
trates and sootiies tne aueciou parts at,
once, restores the impaired senses and cre
ates healthy secretions in cases of tho long
est standing. You cannot run away trom
hay fi ver, but you can drive it irnm you oy
using Ely's Cream Halm.
50 i'iH in 21 Hours I
'I employed some of Iho best physicians
Mere,'' wrote Win. h. Dinner, ol Dayton,
Ohio. "They all said my child could not
livo for o weeks. It had 50 fits in 'i hours.
Wo gave it Samaritan Neivino und tno
medicino effected a permanent euro."
Why Incur Torture?
liy disregarding cleanliness of the tooth,
and thus encouraging their decay, when
SOZODONT, which is (lulightlul to use,
prevents tho possibility of toothacbo, by
keeping tho teeth in health. No ono who
has not used this popular article, cun form
an udequto idea of how much improvement
defective teeth aru susceptible. SOZO
DONT is infinitely to bu prefened to
abrading tooth powders. It preserves, not
scratches tho enamel.
The BULLETIN JOB OFFICE
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS. C VLINDAB
PRESSES, JOB PRESSES, CARD PRESSES, NEW
TVPE, JAPANESE AND OTHER BORDERS
FOUR SETS OF DATE FIGURES.
NO-. 1 STOCK: Envelopes, Note Letter,
Paper, Bill Heads, Check Books, Receipt
Books, &c, Ac
The 0jStLY Round Hole Perforating Ma
chine in Southern Illinois.
IS IOW OPEN FOr. THE SEASON.
TERMS: 18.00 per week; $2.00 per day.
Never-failing Sprines of coolest water charged with healing and
curative properties that have stood the test of more than sixty
years' continual use by the liealtli-seekers, or those in search of r-st
and recreation, aud the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING"
will build up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure lor Chilli), Ague,
Etc., by the people of the neighlMirhowl.
NO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
flows from the rof ks in a steady stream, cold as ice water, ami hun
dreds driuklnffifil day from its basin fail to lower ihe water line.
This Spring Is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
NO. 3, "THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time this seaaon, and its waters hid
fair to rival tlie famous Blue Lick.
Thee Springs are surrounded by grand mountain scenery. The
air is always pure and cool. No hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular.
Pope Co., 111.
ELINORS CENTRAL R. R.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv JLino RunniriK
9 DAILY TRAINS
Ma kino Direct Connection
Trains !. Caiko;
urlvliik-ln Ht.Lnulsl 5.m.s Cblciio,H:aop.m.t
CoruieciltiK at Odin and Kfrinifbara for Clucln
nail, Liiuisvlllu, inillauanulii and pulnta Kast.
11:1 i it.m. rjl. Iouisi and Wtern
trrtvltiii id St. Lnuls 7:05 p. m., and connecting
for all poiula West.
::fj( i.m. Kiisit !xpre.
p ir hU. Leu I ami Chic.airii, airlvinK at HI, Louis
tl):KI p.m., and Chicago 7 a.m.
'I fill tvtri. ( Mruiiiinii t i J1. xr resin.
arrtvlni; at ClncL.tiatl 7:00 a.m.; Louisville 0:M
a m., iniiinuiiuiins sum a.m. I sseiiKr" "J
this train rearh the above points la lo 36
IIOCKh) in ailvancu ot any other route.
ifTTlir! 3:W) p. m. express has rtlLt.MAlS
M.KKI'IMICAK Cairo to Cincinnati, without
'.liumres, and tbroiiL'h sleepers to Ht, Lonli inc
Fast Timo Ka8t.
I il,SStlll;tia cm point without any delajr
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Hatnrdar aftur-
ooiin train froui Cairo arrives lu new York Monday
nurnltiK at loaio
Thirty-six hours In advance ol
I WKor through tickets and further Information,
iiiiilval Illluols Central Kallroad Depot, Cairo.
J. 11. JON KB, Tlc.net Agent.
a, II, UACinocii viu. i fb, aiiuiu. iuii.kw
CiroiiltJiidijo 1. T. linker.
Circuit Clerk-A. II. Irvltt.
County Judge J. H. hoblnson.
County Clerk S.J. lltimm.
County Attorney- ....................
County Treasurer Allies W. I'arker.
Hbeillr John Ilodues,
County Commlsslonnra T. W. llalllday, J. II,
Mulcahev and I'etor Hanv.
J. E. LEMEN,
1AIKU BAITIST. Corner Tenth and Poplar
J streets; preaching every Sunday momingand
nlfbt at usual hours. Prayer rneetiui! Wednci
day ntubt; bunday school, uatoa rn.
Kev. A. W. .McOAHA, Pastor.
plU'KCH OP THE KHDKKM KK K.lrnpl
W Knnrteenth street; Hnnilay 7'0oa m.. Holy
Connnuulnn KC'Via. m., Mnrnlui; I'rayers 11 a. ni.
Sunday srhoolSp. m., Rienlng I'rayers 7: p.m
K. 1'. I'avcnport, H. T. 11. Hector.
I MUST M1HSIONAHV MAPTI8T CHL'KCH.
V Preivchliur at 10;Vi a. n.., 3 p. m., and 7:S0 p. m,
tabbatb school at 7:30 p. m Kev. T. J. Shores,
I I'TIIKHAN-Tblrtaenth itrcet; servitel Sab
I j bath 1 :S0 a. m.; Bunday schools p.m. Key.
MKTUOD1ST Cor. Klifhtb and Walnut streets,
FreachlnK Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m.
onday School at 8:oop. m. Kev. J. A. ricarrett,
I KESBYTKKTAN Klubth street; preacnlnn on
1 Sabbath at 11:00 a. n.. and 7:30 p. m.; prayer
iieetlnu' Wednradar at 7:30 p.m.; Snnday Scheol
it 3 p. m. Kev II. V. Oeorne, pastor.
ST.JOSKl'H S--Koman Catholic) Corner Crosi
and Walnut streets; services Sabbath 10:) a.
n.; Sunday fcchool at i p. m.; Vespers 3 p. m.; ser
nces every day at S a m. Kev. O'llara, I'rlest.
T. PATKICK'H Koman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O street and VVashlnRton avenno; services Sab
oath Sand 10 a. m.; Vespers 3 p. m.; Bnnday School
t p. m. services every day at 3 a. m. Key. M listeners
R. R. TIME CARU AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTKAL K. K.
Tra.na Depart. Trains Arrive
Mall s:nr, a.m.
A ceo in 11:10a in.
4:15 p m.r
C. HT. L. 4 N. o. K. it. (Jackson route).
tMall 4:45 a.m. I tMall ....4:.Klp.m.
tUxpress 10::0a.m. K.xpress ,...lll:3lla.m.
I A ceo in 8:50 p.m.
ST. t. & c. n. ii. (Narrow-Raupe).
Express Siooa.m. I Kxpress IMSa.m.
Kx. A Mail... Hi:HOa.m. Kx. Mail. ..4:l0p m.
Accom Ii!:n5p.m. Accom 'i:W p.m.
ST. L. & 1. M. 11. 11.
t Express lfl:H0p.m. tExpross 2::)0 p.m,
W., HT. I.. I". H. K.
Mall A Ex R;O0a.m. I Mall Kx.. ft. 30p.m.
Accom 4:00 p.m. 'Accom il;:io a.m.
KrolKtit "'i a m. Krelubt R:45 p.m.
MOIIILE A oil 10 It. 11.
Mall 5:55 A.m. Mall 0:10 p.m.
Dally except Sunday, t Dully.
AURIVAL AND DKPAKTUBK OF MAILS.
Arr at I Dep're
P. O. I'm PO
I. U. K, R.dhroiiKh lock mall). a- m.
aa al ..ll'HIIll.nl
t p. m.
9 p. m.
4 p, m.
(way mall). 4:80 p.m.
t.... uri!.in h '2:3" p.m.
Wabash R. RM.............. -J" "
Toxaa St. Louie II. R T p. m.
St. Louie Cairo R.H P- .
Ohio River. " f'
Miss Klver arrives Wed.. Sat. A Moil.
aeparte wen., rn. w puii.
PO. oon. del. op. n from 7:30am to7:30 pm
P.O. box del. open from 6 a.m. to Dp. m.
Sundays Ken. del. open frorai,..8a. m. to 10a.m.
Bunday box del. open from.... a. m. lo 1 10:3(1 am
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